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The SQL Choose command is a great function for both visual basic and SQL queries.  In our downloadable example we demonstrate using the choose function to allow the user to select the sort order for a query.

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This query can be used as the record source for a report.  The end result of using the choose command is a dynamic order by clause for the query and the report output.

You can use the choose command in all parts of an SQL query except the From Clause ( I think ).  We hope to include the choose function examples for the select clause in the near future.  You can review further discussion and example of the choose command in the SQL Select clause in our Developer Tutorials section.

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